Inhibited Sexual Desire

A common problem known as Inhibited Sexual Desire is commonly addressed at Sexual Clinics. Also known as low sexual desire, this problem is a result of living in a highly stressed and rushed society. By living constantly in a “fight or flight” mode, it is nearly impossible to expect cooperation from your body. The body must relax to build sexual tension.



If you’re physically and mentally exhausted you can’t expect your body to get frisky on demand. That’s asking too much.

  • We feed ourselves fast food with little to no nutrition.
  • We don’t exercise, consume too much alcohol, and don’t get enough sleep.

When an opportunity presents itself to ‘get it on’ we wonder why our body won’t respond appropriately. The spirit may be willing but the flesh is weak. Let's look at the unhealthy way we treat our bodies.

Instead of looking to medications to compensate for our sexual problems, take a step back, a deep breath and make better choices.

If not, unhealthy choices will not only contribute to your sexual dysfunction today, but to your early demise as well.

At Sexual clinics women learn how to have an orgasm. A recent study found that ten percent of women cannot and probably will not have an orgasm during their entire lifetime.

This is an especially ridiculous number when you realize that the female body is designed for pleasure.

When women allow themselves to be physically and emotionally sensitive, we have all the equipment specifically for orgasm, that is, the clitoris, among other parts.

That is part of the female design for pleasurable sex. We wouldn’t have it if it was unnecessary. Unlike appendix, the clitoris is here to stay.






The problem then is either her physical health or her mental attitude about having pleasure.

In cases of sexual abuse or sexual assault, Sexual Clinics have the resources and staff to help her heal.

She has to want the help.

She has to believe she deserves pleasure and happiness in her life and must seek the light at the end of the tunnel.




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